Our ethical approach to your privacy
As per the European Union’s strict “General Data Protection Regulation” (implemented 2018) which are the strongest global standards for data protection and privacy:
The client consents to Clinical Expert Management Ltd and DPP Cordell Ltd, trading as “Springboard Medical Communications” retaining and securely storing their limited and basic contact information (which will include their name, organisation name/s, email/s, contact phone number/s, history of communication with Springboard Medical Communications. Springboard Medical Communications will only use the client’s personal data to promote Springboard Medical Communications’ services, products or relevant articles or complimentary content. Springboard Medical Communications consents to deleting my personal data upon receipt of written request by emailing: email@example.com.
The client recognizes that his/her data will not be shared with other third parties, nor will it be transferred to other states or jurisdictions (i.e. outside the EU). It will also be securely stored for an indefinite period, if Springboard Medical Communications’ information, products and services are relevant to the client. If such information becomes no longer relevant, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The client also has a “right to be forgotten” or to change the data, and can inform Springboard Medical Communications at email@example.com. Springboard Medical Communications also does not use the data for any “automated decision making or profiling”. The client has the right to lodge a complaint with the relevant supervising authority.
Legitimate interest: If you have not offered your explicit consent to receiving communications from Springboard Medical Communications and Springboard Medical Communications storing your limited and basic contact information (see “Point A” above), you may have been otherwise contacted as this information may be of Legitimate Interest to you (EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016/679 Art, 6(1)(b)-(f) ). If this is not of legitimate interest to you or you wish to be excluded from future mailing (or forgotten), please email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com.
Our Website policy including cookies
EU Cookie Law
A new law on cookies demands that you, as a website user, are given the opportunity to understand how cookies are used on our websites and consent to cookies being stored on your computer (laptop/mobile/tablet).
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file, typically of letters and numbers, downloaded to your computer when you access websites. Typically, they contain the following information: a site name and unique user ID, the duration of the cookie’s abilities and effects, and a random number. As a rule, cookies cannot be used to reveal your identity or personally identifying information.
Generally, the role of cookies is beneficial, making your interaction with frequently-visited sites smoother with no extra effort on your part. Without cookies, online shopping would be much harder. Without cookies, some websites will become less interactive with the cookie option turned off.
Most common cookies
These cookies expire when you close your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome). These cookies are used for various reasons, for example, remembering what you have put in your shopping basket as you browse a website. They can also be used for security to access your Internet banking or email.
These cookies are still stored on your computer after you have closed your web browser which allows your preferences on websites to be remembered. These cookies are used for a variety of purposes, for example, remembering your preferences on a website (your language choice or your user name on a particular website).
First and Third-Party cookies
This refers to the website placing the cookie. First party cookies are cookies set by the website you are visiting. Third party cookies are set by another website; the website you are visiting may have advertising on the page and this other website will be able to set a cookie on your computer. Third party cookies on the main web browsers allow third party cookies by default. Changing the settings on your browsers can prevent this.
There are some exemptions to the above where it is essential for a website to store information on your computer, for example, to provide a service to you that you have requested.
Further information can be found at here and here.
Personal information of minors